Some sequencer make a black list from a crash plug-in and refuse to load again to avoid sequencer or OS crash. In Samplitude there is a file VST.ini, if you delete it you force Samplitude recognize ALL VST/VSTi plug-ins/instruments again. Read cubase manual or contact support for force this task.If i want to open nebula in cubase now, nothing happens and it doesnt open. It doesnt crash tho. Same with the reverb. I deinstalled the Free version before i did this, may that have caused that?
+1Well i think im gonna deinstall now everything from nebula and reinstall properly, without installing the free version one day before
I'm using this 2 into WXP PRO SP2 x86 (spanish version)Could anyone tell me the folder that are installed @ your pc from nebula, so i could install it exactly the same way? And what did you do exactly?
C:\Archivos de programa\Nebula3PROTempRepository
C:\Archivos de programa\VSTPlugins\Acustica
If you already receive you personal KEY, you should back up it and reinstall it after reinstall Nebula3PRO.Is there anything i should check before i reinstall after i deinstalled? Search the pc for all nebula files? Whats with the activation tho? Does that remain? Can i take that activation file, copy it somewhere and put it back in the final folder then?